Verboticism: Folliculology

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Hairfreak

Created by: kevinrio

Pronunciation:

Sentence: She's hairfreaking me out!

Etymology:

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Rapuzzle

Created by: dekra

Pronunciation: rah-puzzle

Sentence: She presented a new attitude every, with the same golden smile, but a very different rapuzzle. They would watch her from the office window, changing the the tone of their greetings and timbre of their voices based on the level of frizzy topography her locks presented.

Etymology: Rapunzel(Classic fairy tale character with long golden hair) + Puzzle

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Capiloscan

Created by: Adamson

Pronunciation: ca-pi-lo-scan

Sentence: He seemed great, but after a quick capiloscan, I discovered he was a potential serial killer.

Etymology: Capilary+scanning

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Barnetologist

erasmus

Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: bar net olo gist

Sentence: he was a true barnetologist, able to read right through the hair line.

Etymology: barnet, an English colloquialism of a hair do.

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Hairpinion

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: hair-pin-yun

Sentence: It was everyone's hairpinion that Martha's constant hairstyle changes reflected her moods. If she was having a good day her hair looked well groomed, but if she had a fight with her boyfriend she looked pretty ratty.

Etymology: hair + hairpin: a little metal thing which is used to keep hair out of one's face + opinion: a conclusion that was based on belief instead of concrete facts.

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COMMENTS:

A neat and stylish word. I bet your hair looks good today! - jrogan, 2009-07-30: 09:06:00

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Harisist

Created by: dragonprincess

Pronunciation: hair-i-sist

Sentence:

Etymology:

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Groomreading

Created by: mdschermer

Pronunciation: GROOM-rea-ding

Sentence: After some careful groomreading, I have decided that you must be one confused individual and are not just having a bad hair day.

Etymology: to groom + to read

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Cheveaxappeal

Created by: paperpieces

Pronunciation: Sheh-voah-AH-peal

Sentence: "Hey man, look at her! Her body is bumpin'" "Yeah dude...uhhh, but her cheveauxappeal ain't workin' for me..."

Etymology: Cheveaux- French for hair, -appeal meaning attraction

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Tresstology

Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: tress/tol/ogy

Sentence: Having completed his course in tresstology, Bertie Ditherinton knew a bad hair day when he saw one!

Etymology: tress: a lock of hair + ology: the study of

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Ponytelltale

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: poh-nee-el-teyl

Sentence: Anne is usually quite meticulous with her appearance. She spends a fair amount of time in the morning getting her hair just right. It doesn't require tips from Sigmund Freud to pick out her bad-mood days. The ponytelltale sends co-workers scurrying in every direction but in her path. If all she has done is cram her locks into a scrunchie the world better look out.

Etymology: ponytail (an arrangement of the hair in a long lock drawn tightly against the back of the head and cinched so as to hang loosely) + telltale (a thing serving to reveal or disclose something)

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